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1965 Commercial for ''Diet Delight'' Canned Fruit

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A slightly unusual 1965 commercial for "Diet Delight" canned fruit. This commercial comes from "Kris and the Queen", which I'm pretty sure can be downloaded elsewhere on the Internet Archive. It is said that there was a dieting-craze at the time, hence the existance of this commercial.

This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV Commercials uploaded by HappySwordsman

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Keywords: Classic TV; Classic tv commercial; 1960s; 60s; 1960's; 60's; Sixties; Television; Commercials; 1965; Dieting; Product; Edible; Old;

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Reviewer: sunnydays - - July 7, 2010
Subject: Thank you for the memories
I always wondered what happened to Diet Delight.
Thank you for uploading this commercial. This was the only brand that was on the market that type 1 juvenile onset diabetics was allowed to eat. Don't forget there were no insulin pumps at that time.

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